A few shots from a reception showcasing an eyewear company’s spring line.
While Central Park can offer a backdrop to some of the most beautiful images made in New York City it can also act a photographers worst enemy. Much of the time the natural beauty of the landscape acts an isolating barrier hiding the hustle and bustle of daily life behind stone walls and towering trees. However, the one thing that you can’t get away from are the thousands of other people that also flee to the park trying to get away from you! I took a stroll through the park after the most recent snow, having not opted for a crack of dawn visit on a Saturday, I was surrounded by the masses sledding, slipping and sliding all around me. The activity provided a never ending supply of photographic subjects for anyone willing to make some new friends but on this morning I was really only interested in making a photograph to showcase the landscape wrapped in its blanket of ice and snow. I decided the best way to remove all the people from mucking up my shots was to start by looking where they weren’t looking and going where they weren’t going. Up and Up.
Following a lecture regarding Religion members of various Clergies and members of New York’s Union League Club meed for some drinks and the chance to discuss life in the library at the Union League Club headquarters.
New York City’s latest transplant arrived in the city today deciding to ride atop a 747 rather than inside. With the conclusion of NASA’s shuttle program announced, NASA’s Space Shuttle Enterprise flew up and down the Hudson getting a sneak peak at its future home, the deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The weather cooperated after multiple postponements and it provided the perfect opportunity to produce some once-in-a-lifetime images. After the flyby, the shuttle landed at JFK where it will wait to be shipped up the Hudson River this summer to its new home.
When he saw that the Action Sports Tour and Madison Square Garden were hosting a BMX contest in Times Square, Patrick took the opportunity to shoot the event as well as cover it for espn.com/action. Pictured here is BMXer Pat Casey, winner of the “Air in the Square.”
With this years Earth Day celebrating kicking off in Times Square, Jeff headed down from out Studio(conviniently located just an avenue away) to cover the event and capture some great images. Pictured here is 2011′s Miss America Teresa Scanlin with the trash crew.
Although it has been a heavy snow winter, we chugged along into the New Year without missing a beat. At Camera 1 we won’t let the weather have an ill effect on our schedule. Jeff recently made it to one of Manhattan’s most prestigious clubs to photograph this group
These are some of the people who are involved in New York’s real estate boom. Larry photographed these 3 architects with one of their recent model buildings for a trade magazine.
Aside from catering to the executive portraits, site shots and everything in between, at Camera 1 we also make it out to plenty of holiday parties around this time of year. Patrick shot a couple this weekend, and along with the standard groups of people shots, caught some dance action.
Photo of Jeff headed down to a wine tasting with one of our clients recently to capture the evening. Above you see the calm before the storm.